According to the Navajo: Oral Tradition vs Historical Convention

Wednesday, 5/29/2024 - Wednesday, 5/29/2024
06:00pm - 07:30pm

Lore: “a body of traditions and knowledge held by a particular group, typically passed from person to person by word of mouth.”

The American Southwest is an amazing land featuring tribes such as the Navajos, Hopis, Zunis, and Apaches. This program breaks new ground by introducing the Navajo oral history as a source to use along with modern-day conventional history, ethnography, and archaeology. This program incorporates native culture and oral tradition in ways that are illuminating and surprising. High-quality images and short videos add detail and vibrancy to this presentation.

Join us or an evening with historian and researcher James Camp for an informative lecture on this engaging topic!

Adults (ages 18+)
Event Type
Guest Speaker / Community Partner